The bucket the men used to transfer the shark into the lower carriage of the stroller was taken from a backroom in the aquarium, and contained bleach, which could be lethal to the animal. Salvaggio said the person, who has not been identified, confessed to the crime.
But in the most awesome twist ever, after two days of searching the shark has been found safe and alive, no longer wrapped up as a baby!
One man has been charged with theft and charges for two other individuals are pending, according to Salvaggio.
The other suspects will be charged at a later stage.
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Police don't believe the man, whom police haven't named, tried to sell the shark, but rather wanted to keep it as a pet because he had more sea creatures in his garage. The man then disappears out of camera range with his male companion following him as the woman walks around with the baby.
According to Jen Spellman, general manager of the San Antonio Aquarium, an employee noticed what was going on and immediately notified management.
Three people snatched a small shark from a pool at the San Antonio Aquarium and smuggled it out in a baby carriage over the weekend, the aquarium said on Monday.
In a freakish case, two men and a woman stole a shark from an aquarium by disguising it as a baby and putting it in a stroller.
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Stellman told The Washington Post that she found the man in the parking lot about to get into a truck. "She is doing good so far, and we are hopeful she will recover fully from the shock, and return to her home she is used to", says the aquarium.
After milling around the aquarium, the trio made their way to the exhibit where visitors are allowed to feed and touch various types of marine animals, Covino said. "(He) very much knew what he was doing - kept that animal alive and was able to continue to see that animal thrive which was pretty shocking to all of us". San Antonio police are seeking tips that will lead them to the suspects - and the shark.
"He had had one of these in the past", Salvaggio said.
As news of the grand pool robbery spread through the community, many locals alerted the police of a truck resembling the description near a property.
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